PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh Vol.22
October 8, 2015 – Cultural Trust Education Center 805/807 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
6:00 – Doors open.
6:40 – Presentations begin.
$10 Member Pricing.
$15 General Admission.
PechaKucha is a global series of live events held worldwide where people can meet, inspire and get inspired, based on a format that is fast-paced and fun. PechaKucha Night is based on a simple, dynamic presentation style: 20 images x 20 seconds per image. PechaKucha Night is about artistic and creative celebration, and promotion of local talent.
To submit a presentation for consideration, please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, September 17th.
- 3-4 images that best represent the content of your proposed presentation. It can be on absolutely anything!
- Your name, the title of your presentation, and a brief outline.
- A brief artist statement, or bio, to be used for promotional purposes.
Words. Images. 20 slides x 20 seconds each.
View photos and related news at PechaKucha Pittsburgh on Facebook.
Meet a few past presenters through AIA Pittsburgh’s Spotlight blogger, Ray Bowman’s, Assoc. AIA podcast or listen on itunes.
PechaKucha Night, devised in Tokyo, as an event for young people to meet, network, and show their work, has turned into a worldwide celebration, with events taking place all over the world, including right here in Pittsburgh! Drawing from its name, the Japanese term for “chit-chat”, PechaKucha relies on a presentation format based on a simple idea, 20 images x 20 seconds. It is a dynamic presentation style where presenters have a total of six minutes and forty seconds to pair words and images.
Three times per year, AIA Pittsburgh partners with AIGA Pittsburgh to bring you PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh. Check our events calendar for future dates. Sign up for eColumns, our weekly e-newsletter, to stay informed.
Scroll down for past PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh videos!
Phyllis Kim, Obsession
Arthur Notaro, Assoc. AIA, 1970; 1870; 2070
Emily Putas, AIA, The Value of Space
Jen Bee, AIA, Musings on Millennium Park
Lindsay Grauvogel, What Yogi Berra Taught Me About Being a Designer
Mike Roy, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Eric Fisher, AIA, The RG1
Corey Escoto, Hackling the Polaroid
Bea Spolidoro, Assoc. AIA, Carnevale A Schignano
Anne Jackson, An Exhibition of Posters from Iran
Casey Droege, A Slightly Organized Tornado/Time-management Machine
Blaine Siegel, From Wrigley (the two bodied man) to the Pacific Trash Vortex
For more videos from Pittsburgh PechaKucha Nights visit AIGA’s youtube channel.